Couple of things come to mind: first, blankets spread around the room sometimes help kills sound if your in a room that echoes a little bit. Second, I would try lowering the amp on it and bring the vocals a little closer to the mic. Remember to have a poper on when you do this!

Hope it helps,



This isn't really an audacity question but I'm sure someone can help me -- I bought a new microphone for vocals which is so much better than my old one -- the problem is it picks up EVERYTHING in the room, even my fingers pushing down the keys of my keyboard! What can I do? Is this a room problem?

Thanks, Kathy

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